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cbs 2 news continues to follow a homicide investigation in benton county. county.on monday, investigators released the name of the woman whose body was found sunday afternoon. afternoon.the d-c-i says she was 25-year-old sabrina hustad. an autopsy will be performed on her body.police tell cbs 2 news hustad was found dead in the driveway of a home between shellsburg and urbana. that home belongs to david miller. miller.right now - miller is being held on a probation violation and a theft charge for allegedly stealing a truck. but authorities say he is being investigated for other charges too.the man whose truck miller is accused of stealing, was with a group of friends when they stumbled on a bloody trail, that eventually led to hustad's body.
her laying down." budded to "one of the other guys actually went over there went over there to feel her or if she had a pulse and he says yeah she's gone." gone."authorities tell cbs 2 news there was a second truck stolen nearby, but have not confirmed if miller was involved.we'll continue to track this developing story, for the latest details, check our website, at cbs 2 iowa-dot-com. davenport police say a gunman took his own life after opening fire in the same building as a military recruiting office. the shooting on monday first started at a law firm.two people were hurt, but thier injuries were not fron gunshots.police say, the gunamn left the scene and then turned the gun on himself. details on a motive have not been released. a garage fire in cedar rapids is now under investigation. investigation.it happened early this morning at 15-28 l-street southwest.crews tell cbs 2 news that two cars inside the garage were damaged and no one was injured.nearby
roads initially had to be blocked off but are now open. just eleven days ago, fire crews responded to another fire at the house on that property.fire officials believe that fire was set intentionally. take a look at this - there was a bit of a traffic headache this morning on i- three-80 in cedar rapids.two lanes of northbound traffic were blocked on the s-curve because a house became stuck. right now - we don't know what caused the issue.but traffic is now back to normal. a man has turned himself in to waterloo police for a hit and run. run.stevenarceneaux, junior is charged with leaving the scene of an accident that caused injuries. injuries.on sunday morning - officers responded to the area of broadway and reihl streets. police say a 13-year-old girl was hit as she tried to cross the street, by a car that didn't stop.she was taken to the hospital for non life threatening injuries. police in cedar falls need your help identifying suspects in a pair of theft cases.
cases.these surveillance photos were taken october seventh at the cedar falls von maur and victoria's secret stores.police believe the people in the photos charged over a thousand dollars to a credit card that was reported lost by its owner. owner.police are also looking for the man in this photo from october 20th.he's believed to have stolen a computer from the local wal-mart by removing its security device.if you have any information about these crimes, call cedar falls police or cedar valley crime- stoppers. in the race for the white house... house...for the first time in months, donald trump is trailing another candidate in a **national** poll. poll.released this morning - the poll from cbs news and the new york times has doctor ben carson ahead of trump, 26 to 22.this comes less than a week after quinnipiac university revelead carson has also surpassed trump here in *iowa. according to the cbs poll, no other republican candidate is getting more than eight- percent support nationally. meanwhile - donald trump is
back in the hawkeye state.at four this afternoon - the billionaire will hold a rally at west high school in sioux city.as we told you yesterday at noon - there was a petition for the event to not be held there.however - sioux city school leaders decided to not change the venue, because they believe it can be a good educational experience for students. tonight, the iowa city school board will talk about class start times. times.a board member says they plan to propose the creation of a task force to research potential changes to the school day.recent studies have shown that students progress in the class-room can be affected depending on when the school day starts.right now - iowa city high schools start their day at 8 in the morning. elementaries start at 8-45. a group says skilled labor training in iowa can improve. improve.the secondary career and technical education task force says that can be accomplished with more focused coursework on career and technical education for students starting in the seventh grade.that kind of
work that requires more than a high school diploma. the iowa department of education says the agency expects to propose legislation based on the task force's recommendations in the future. in marion... marion...unity point is expanding its family medicine and urgent care campus.they'll use the existinglebeda mattress factory next door to add about six thousand square feet.the new facility is expected to open in 20-17. coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon - we'll introduce you to this week's kid captain.and he reveals who his surprising best friend is! is!plus - we had a special guest this morning at broadcast park.we'll take you inside the oscar mayer wiener mobile.
five-year-old sean peck of tipton is this week's kid captain!sean will join the hawkeye football team at mid-field when they take on maryland saturday afternoon at kinnick.when sean was nine-days-old, his parents learned he had cystic fibrosis. he was taken to the u-i children's hospital days later for an unrelated issue.today sean has regular treatment for cystic fibrosis, but that doesn't keep him from enjoying video games and training to be an american ninja warrior.he also loves being his sister's best friend. justin checks in now with your
later today- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- temperatures around the areaa& - taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are warmer all around iowa- the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions soggy today - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest
if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change, think again. america's most innovative companies are already moving to clean energy using existing technology to improve their bottom line. now we need a plan to help businesses and families across america to save money on electricity and create millions of new jobs.
it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030. so, what are we waiting for? there is shocking video from a south carolina school showing a staff member tossing a student across a classroom floor.we do want to warn you the video may be disturbing. disturbing.the school says a resource officer was responding to a student who refused to leave class.he tips a female student's desk backward until she falls onto the floor, then turns her over and puts hand cuffs on her.another student recorded
phone.the officer has been suspended from the school while an investigation is underway. the white house could be considering a new strategy to fight isis. isis.the washington post reports senior national security advisors for the president are discuscing a plan to move u.s. troops closer to the front lines in iraq and syria.that would mean american boots on the ground for the first time ever in syria.it would also reflect an escalation of america's role in the terror fight in the two countries.any shift in strategy would need president obama's approval, which could come next week. a budget deal has been met between congressional leaders and the white house. house.it was struck just before mid-night last night. the deal would raise the debt ceiling and lift budget caps for the defense department. house speaker john boehner plans to have the house vote on the deal tomorrow.that's the same day republicans in the house will nominate the next person to replace boehner as speaker.the agreement would avoid a possible default and reduce the chances of a december.
the t-v news reporter and photographer shot and killed live on air are getting one of the highest honors in broadcast journalism. journalism.colleagues presented the families of allison parker and adam ward with posthumous emmy awards. parker and ward were recognized with the ted yates award for their professionalis m and contributions to t-v news.their co-workers at w- d-b-j in roanoke, virginia also received a yates award for "showing courage in the face of tragedy." coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon, why your heating bill
cars caught fire after being fixed, which is why they issued the new recall.the fires break out when oil leaks onto a hot manifold.those affected by the recall are asked to go to a g-m dealer to get the problem fixed. your heating bill might be a little lower this winter thanks to el nino. nino.forecasts say warmer temps will hit the eastern u.s. in the coming weeks.that weather is expected to lower the demand for natural gas, meaning there will be more for the winter.on monday - natural gas prices fell nine-percent to a more than three-year low. prices have fallen 20-percent this month alone. starbucks has created a vampire inspired drink! drink!but you'll have to hurry if you want to try it, the frappula frappuccino" will only be available tomorrowthr ough saturday.the drink comes with white chocolate sauce, and blended milk and ice, between mocha sauce and whip cream.it also has raspberry syrup on the rim, which looks like blood.last year they did a "franken frappuccino" for halloween.
final weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&-temperatures around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows quiet conditions across the state- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mild conditions ahead- today's forecast features rainy & breezy conditions- tonight's forecast has us dealing with more rain tonight - our 7 day forecast has a few showers possible tomorrow but dry towards fridaya& that does it for us here on the cbs 2 news at noon.our next newscast is this afternoon live at five.and you
can see us right back here tomorrow morning at 5 a- do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton
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